PICTURES: New Skylon images, the UK SSTO sees changes

by | Oct 22, 2009 | Seradata News | 4 comments

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credit Reaction Engines / caption: Skylon rendezvous with ISS

Reaction Engines’ Skylon single stage to orbit vehicle is shown here in close proximity to the International Space Station. The UK SSTO is undergoing changes with greater payload bay detail, Hyperbola will make public more info soon

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credit Reaction Engines / caption: Skylon with personnel module approaches for docking

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